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The book module enables a teacher to create a multi-page resource in a book-like format, with chapters and subchapters. Books can contain media files as well as text and are useful for displaying lengthy passages of information which can be broken down into sections. A book may be used to display reading material for individual modules of study, a staff departmental handbook, or a showcase...
Article Id: 18307

A book may be exported to a zip file from Moodle, and may then be imported back as individual chapters added to an existing book. To Export a Book: 1. Login to Moodle and select your course. 2. Turn editing on by clicking the Edit button at the top right corner of the page. 3. Click Edit next to the Book you wish to edit, then click Edit Settings .
Article Id: 19727

A book may be edited to display additional reading material for individual modules of study, a staff departmental handbook, media files, or a showcase portfolio of student work. It is a way to import HTML sites directly into Moodle for seamless viewing. You can add Sub Chapters to an existing Chapter in a Book, as well as reorder, edit, or delete Chapters from the Table of Contents. To...
Article Id: 19729

A book makes it easy for an instructor to create multiple chapters and subchapters of content. For instructions on how to add a book, see Moodle 3: Activities & Resources: Add a Book . Book Settings General Settings In the General settings, the instructor can designate a title and provide a description of the book. Appearance Settings The appearance of the...
Article Id: 19278

E-Textbooks in Moodle Instructors will need to work with LSU Libraries to add an e-textbook to a Moodle course. If a course has an e-textbook available, a block is displayed with a link to the library's e-textbook page, the title of the book, and a picture of the cover of the book which links to the book's download / source page. This data is pulled from E-Textbooks for Students Library...
Article Id: 18536

What is Moodle about? In fulfilling recommendation 7.01 of the Flagship IT Strategy – which calls for a single CMS to be deployed at LSU – the campus migrated from the previous environment featuring Blackboard and Semester Book to a single CMS deployed universally. That CMS that was chosen is an open source course management system (CMS) called Moodle (Modular Object-Oriented...
Article Id: 5940

A research guide is an organized list of resources related to a certain topic. To Add the LSU Libraries Research Guides External Tool: 1. Login to Moodle and open your desired course. 2. Click the Edit button at the top right of the Moodle page. 3. Select the Add an activity or resource link in your given topic. PLEASE NOTE : There are two...
Article Id: 18583

Administration Block (Students) Course Administration: > Grade : You can view the grade book and the grading methods. > Questions Bank : You can create questions used on Moodle quizzes. > Categories : Similar to a folder on a desktop of your computer. Questions are stored in each Category. > Import : Import a question from...
Article Id: 18433

General Information If you would like to give a student extra points on a grade item, you can edit the student's score by adding those points to it, and Moodle will calculate it accordingly. Example: If a student scores a 97 out of 100 on an exam, and also got the 5-point bonus question correct. You can type in 102 for that student's exam score, and Moodle will calculate it as 102%.
Article Id: 18505

Roles In Moodle Primary and non-primary instructors are automatically assigned in Moodle via information received from the mainframe based off assignments made by departmental staff. However, on occasion instructors will find that the need to assign additional instructors or add students to a course becomes necessary. Primary Instructor: Primary Instructors CAN...
Article Id: 18383

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